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New Podcasts This Week! (6/6 – 6/10)

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This Week’s WRBH Podcasts

This week welcome new episodes from The Writer’s Forum (with Pulitzer Prize winner William Finnegan, most recent author of Barbarian DaysA Surfing Life) and a new Audio Portraits featuring Southern Rep Theatre’s Aimee Hayes talking about their current production, COLOSSAL, and what’s next for theatre this summer and in the long term. 

Also, we have a recent episode of Charlie’s Music Show featuring La Petite Grocery’s Chef Just Devillier talking about his five favorite tracks and what to expect at WRBH’s A Blind Taste fundraiser next week. And finally plenty of good content from Public Affairs and New Orleans By Mouth.

We’ll be trying to update our podcasts on a weekly basis, with new episodes going up the Friday after they air. Take a listen and let us know what you think! 

The Writer’s Forum


New Orleans by Mouth


Charlie’s Music Show


Public Affairs


 

Audio Portraits


Novel Ideas


Extras!

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